Weapon:Cast-iron skillet painted with dancing forks

From elanthipedia
Jump to: navigation, search


cast-iron skillet painted with dancing <color> forks
Look: Braided strips of <leather> are wrapped around the frying pan's handle.
Type: Light Blunt
Puncture: somewhat fair (4/28)
Slice: no (0/28)
Impact: moderate (7/28)
Force of Impact: fairly (5/17)
Balance: fairly (5/17)
Suitedness: reasonably (7/17)
Construction: rather reinforced (11/18)
Metal: Yes
Weight: 20 stones
Appraised Cost: 2,500 Kronars
2,000 Lirums
1,804 Dokoras
2.5 LTBpoints
2.5 Tickets
2.5 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This weapon has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 3 length x 2 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Breaking and Entering/Kitchen loot
This is a consolidated page that describes the mechanics of an item with many cosmetic variations, such as Hollow Eve gifts. Please document functionality, verbs, and other important information here instead of posting it on individual item pages. This ensures that all of the documentation is on one page instead of having it scattered across multiple pages; it also simplifies collaboration.


You may still create/edit individual item pages to add looks and other appraisal data, but please include a link to this page where players can read about how the item works.

Verbs

  • STUDY: Upon studying the skillet, it appears you can PULL, BOW and TAP the weapon.
  • PULL: You sweep the cast-iron skillet in front of you with a flourish, then raise it before you, crouching slightly as you brace yourself for action.
  • BOW: Pulling the cast-iron skillet tightly to your chest, you drop down on one knee, bowing your head in silent reverence.
  • note: will cause you to kneel
  • TAP: After slapping the head of your cast-iron skillet in your palm, you flip the cast-iron skillet in mid-air, catching it once again by the grip and pulling it tightly across your chest, while saluting crisply with your other hand.

Skillet Variations

An example of a skillet is a cast-iron skillet painted with dancing butterscotch forks.

Skillet Colors Skillet Leather-types
(in the look)
  • amethyst
  • apricot
  • black
  • buff
  • butterscotch
  • canary-yellow
  • caramel
  • cherry
  • cobalt
  • copper
  • cornflower
  • dappled gray
  • ebon
  • fuschia
  • goldenrod
  • indigo
  • magenta
  • malachite
  • maroon
  • mauve
  • mint
  • mossy green
  • navy
  • periwinkle
  • powdery blue
  • sable
  • sea-green
  • teal
  • ultramarine
  • umber
  • viridian